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Jesus' Words Only - Why Not Paul
December 03, 2011 10:52 PM PST
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This is a presentation of the proofs that Jesus prophesied that we should not listen to someone who thought Jesus appeared to him in the wilderness. Matt. 24:4-5, 26. Paul squarely thought he met Jesus on the road to Damascus at a point Jesus said to beware those claiming to have seen him post-Ascesion in a wilderness or private room. It will not be Jesus. But Paul claimed he did see Jesus in that manner -- see Acts 9:3-7. This and many other proofs from the mouth of Jesus are explained.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-eight
October 02, 2011 10:04 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-eight.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-seven
October 02, 2011 10:02 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-seven.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-six
October 02, 2011 09:30 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-six.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-five
October 02, 2011 07:23 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-five.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-four
October 02, 2011 06:56 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-four.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-three
October 02, 2011 06:52 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-three.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-two
October 02, 2011 06:49 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-two.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty-one
October 02, 2011 06:44 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty-one.

Original Gospel of Matthew - chapter twenty
October 02, 2011 06:41 PM PDT
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Standford Rives' book Original Gospel of Matthew seeks to restore Matthew prior to its first Greek translation. It is primarily based upon 49 quotes of the early church of what was called "The Gospel according to the Hebrews" by Matthew. It was accepted as the authentic original for first 370 years of Christianity. Other sources that evidently quote it are included, such as portions of the Didache from 200 AD and Agrapha -- unattributed quotes of Jesus from the "Gospel" but which are in none of the Greek versions of the gospels. This is chapter twenty.

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